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titanic II by blue star line set to embark in 2016
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feb 27, 2013
titanic II by blue star line set to embark in 2016


titanic II by blue star line set to embark in 2016
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australian businessman clive palmer unveiled plans to introduce the ‘titanic II’ by blue star line, a re-construction
of the original luxury ship which sunk in 1912 after colliding with an ice-berg in the north-atlantic ocean. the development
of the new cruise-liner will provide users the opportunity to experience the edwardian period of ocean liner travel
across the sea on a maiden voyage from southampton to new york in 2016.

 

the project aims to showcase and highlight artisan skill, creativity and dexterity, which to this day hasn’t been acknowledged
due to the vessel’s limited service. constructed in memory of the heroic people who sadly passed away and survived
the tragedy, the new ship will have a welded hull, diesel power generation, bow thrusters for increased maneuverability
and a new hull form below the waterline providing greater stability and fuel efficiencies. the architecture comprises
of 10 principle steel decks with state-of-the-art 21st century technology, latest navigation and safety systems,
with construction to take place at CSC jinling shipyard in china.

 

 

grand staircase
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grand staircase dome
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originally styled elevator lifts
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originally styled elevator lifts with hallway view
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cafe parisien
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1st class cabin
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1st class dining room
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3rd class cabin
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3rd class dining room
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smoking room
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turkish bath
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swimming pool
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squash court
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gym facilities
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radio room
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bridge wheel house
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